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Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Pioneering the largest public media collaboration in the U.S., Democracy Now! is broadcast on Pacifica, NPR, community, and college radio stations; on public access, PBS, satellite television (DISH network: Free Speech TV ch. 9415 and Link TV ch. 9410; DIRECTV: Free Speech TV ch. 348 and Link TV ch. 375); and on the internet. DN!’s podcast is one of the most popular on the web.

Democracy Now!’s War and Peace Report provides our audience with access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S.corporate-sponsored media, including independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. In addition, Democracy Now! hosts real debates–debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.

New stations are adding Democracy Now! to their programming schedules all the time, and there are several movements going on around the country right now to bring Democracy Now! to new communities.

WHY INDEPENDENT MEDIA ?

For true democracy to work, people need easy access to independent, diverse sources of news and information.

But the last two decades have seen unprecedented corporate media consolidation. The U.S. media was already fairly homogeneous in the early 1980s: some fifty media conglomerates dominated all media outlets, including television, radio, newspapers, magazines, music, publishing and film. In the year 2000, just six corporations dominated the U.S. media.

In addition, corporate media outlets in the U.S. are legally responsible to their shareholders to maximize profits.

Democracy Now! is funded entirely through contributions from listeners, viewers, and foundations. We do not accept advertisers, corporate underwriting, or government funding. This allows us to maintain our independence.

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"Grandpa" Al Lewis speaks at a fundraiser for Democracy Now! Al Lewis boldly declared that September 11th was inevitable. He referenced histories of the United States' government killing innocents around the world and asked if the lives of Japanese or Nicaraguans were worth less than those that were lost on September 11th. He spoke of Baruch Goldstein, the Israeli who slaughtered Palestinians at prayer in a Hebron Mosque which is also a holy site for Jews, and mentioned that...
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âFacing Foreclosure? Donât Leave. Squatâ Weekly Column by Amy Goodman Marcy Kaptur of Ohio is the longest-serving Democratic congresswoman in U.S. history. Her district, stretching along the shore of Lake Erie from west of Cleveland to Toledo, faces an epidemic of home foreclosures and 11.5 percent unemployment. That heartland region, the Rust Belt, had its heart torn out by the North American Free Trade Agreement, with shuttered factories and struggling family farms. Kaptur led the fight in...
Topics: Foreclosure, TARP, Marcy Kaptur, Bruce Marks, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Talking, rather than fighting, in Afghanistan" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman. President Obama held his first prime-time news conference Tuesday night. When questioned on Afghanistan, he replied, "This is going to be a big challenge."
Topics: Afghanistan, Cherif Bassiouni, Jimmy Carter, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Toxins 'R' Us" Weekly column by Amy Goodman Is your lipstick laden with lead? Is your babyâs bottle toxic? The American Chemistry Council assures us that âwe make the products that help keep you safe and healthy.â But U.S. consumers are actually exposed to a vast array of harmful chemicals and additives embedded in toys, cosmetics, plastic water bottles and countless other products. U.S. chemical and manufacturing industries have fought regulation, while Europe moves ahead with...
Topics: Mark Schapiro, Amy Goodman, Stavros Dimas, Democracy Now!
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"Obama's Coalition of the Unwilling" Weekly column by Amy Goodman The occupation of Afghanistan is in its eighth year, and public support in many NATO countries is eroding.
Topics: Afghanistan, Joseph Stiglitz, Mary Robinson, Anand Gopal, Stephen Harper, Democracy Now!
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President Barack Obama promises health-care reform, but he has taken single-payer health care off the table. Single-payer is the system that removes private insurance companies from the picture; the government pays all the bills, but health-care delivery remains private. People still get their choice of what doctor to go to and what hospital to use. Single-payer reduces the administrative costs and removes the profit that insurance companies add to health-care delivery. Single-payer solutions,...
Topics: Dr. Quentin Young, Russel Mokhiber, Joseph Stiglitz, Geri Jenkins, Single Payer, Barack Obama, Amy...
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"Those Hit Hardest Get No Bailout" Amy Goodman's weekly column for March 18, 2009. Taxpayersâ bailout money for AIG bonuses has rightfully provoked a massive backlash against AIG, Wall Street, President Barack Obama and his economic advisers, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Larry Summers. The U.S. public now owns 80 percent of AIG. The outrage is bipartisan.
Topics: Bailout, Stimulus, Maya Wiley, Center for Social Inclusion, Democracy Now!, Amy Goodman
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"Baucusâ Raucous Caucus" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman Single-payer advocates have been protesting in Senate Finance Committee hearings, chaired by Democratic Montana Sen. Max Baucus. Last week, at a committee hearing with 15 industry speakers, not one represented the single-payer perspective
Topics: Max Maucus, Single Payer, Healthcare Reform, Barack Obama, Russel Mokhiber, Margaret Flowers, Amy...
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Troy Davis and the Meaning of 'Actual Innocence' Sitting on death row in Georgia, Troy Davis has won a key victory against his own execution. On Aug. 17, the U.S. Supreme Court instructed a federal court in Georgia to consider, for the first time in a formal court proceeding, significant evidence of Davisâ innocence that surfaced after his conviction. This is the first such order from the U.S. Supreme Court in almost 50 years.
Topics: Troy Davis, Martina Correia, Supreme Court, Scalia, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Seattle's Lessons for London" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman for April 4, 2009. Protests dominate the news as world leaders gather in London for the Group of Twenty meeting. War, the economy, corporate globalization and grass-roots opposition to financial bailouts are at the forefront. Executives receive golden parachutes while workers and unions are forced to make concessions.
Topics: Norm Stamper, Drug Laws, Battle in Seattle, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Pacifica Radio at 60: A Sanctuary of Dissent" Amy Goodman's weekly column for April 15, 2009. Pacifica Radio, the oldest media network in the United States, turns 60 years old this week as a deepening crisis engulfs mainstream media.
Topics: Pacifica Radio, Pacifica Foundation, KPFA, KPFK, KPFT, WPFW, WBAI, Lewis Hill, Democracy Now!, Amy...
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"Torturers Should Be Punished" Column by Amy Goodman The door to justice is open just a crack. After the release of four Bush-era Office of Legal Counsel memos that authorized âharsh interrogation techniques,â President Obama said there should be no prosecutions. Though he may occupy the most powerful office on Earth, there is a force more powerful: committed people demanding change. Torturers should be punished.
Topics: James Mitchell, Bruce Jessen, Katherine Eban, Mark Benjamin, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Disclosure of 'Secrets' in the '70s Didn't Destroy the Nation" Weekly Column By Amy Goodman Back in the Watergate era, the Church Committee documented and exposed extraordinary abuses by the government. Of course some people tried to block its workâDick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld. Sound familiar? We confront a similar challenge today.
Topics: Church Committee, Donald Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, Frederick A.O. Schwarz Jr., Bethine Church,...
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"Pete Seeger Carries Us On" Weekly column by Amy Goodman It was some garden party. Eighteen-thousand people packed into Madison Square Garden Sunday night to celebrate the first 90 years of Pete Seegerâs life.
Topics: Pete Seeger, Bruce Springstein, Wasit Deep in the Big Muddy, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Yoo's Views Make Philly News," Weekly column by Amy Goodman. The Philadelphia Inquirer, one of that cityâs two major daily newspapers, is in the news itself these days after hiring controversial former Bush administration lawyer John Yoo as a monthly columnist.
Topics: John Yoo, Philadelphia Inquirer, DisbarTortureLawyers.com, John Sifton, Will Bunch, Amy Goodman,...
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Profits are higher than ever at oil companies Chevron and Shell. Yet across the globe, from the Ecuadorian jungle, to the Niger Delta in Nigeria, to the courtrooms and streets of New York and San Ramon, Calif., people are fighting back against the world's oil giants.
Topics: Chevron, Shell, Niger Delta, Ogoni, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Oronto Douglas, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Dr. George Tiller Didnât Have to Die" Tiller was assassinated while in church in Wichita, Kan., on Sunday, targeted for legally performing abortions. His death might have been prevented simply through enforcement of existing laws.
Topics: George Tiller, Jeff Pederson, Dr. Susan Robinson, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Dr. George Tiller Didn't Have to Die" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman Dr. Tiller was assassinated while in church in Wichita, Kan., on Sunday, targeted for legally performing abortions. His death might have been prevented simply through enforcement of existing laws.
Topics: Dr. George Tiller, Abortion, Jeff Pederson, Dr. Susan Robinson, Scott Roeder, Amy Goodman,...
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"Two Men Who Stood Under the Plunderers' Knives" column by Amy Goodma Ken Saro-Wiwa and Alberto Pizango never met, but they are united by a passion for the preservation of their people and their land, and by the fervor with which they were targeted by their respective governments. Saro-Wiwa was executed by the Nigerian government Nov. 10, 1995. Pizango this week was charged by the Peruvian government with sedition and rebellion, and narrowly eluded capture, taking refuge in the...
Topics: Niger Delta, Shell Oil, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Alberto Pizango, Peru, Indigenous, Nigeria, Amy Goodman,...
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"Congre$$, Heal Thyself" Weekly column by Amy Goodman As the Obama administration pushes for a vote on health-care reform before Congress recesses in August, has health-industry money too thoroughly poluted the process for anything good to come of it?
Topics: Max Baucus, Healthcare Reform, Mike Dennison, American Medical Association, AMA, Single-Payer,...
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Tools of mass communication that were once the province of governments and corporations now fit in your pocket. As these technologies have developed, so too has the ability to monitor, filter, censor and block them.
Topics: Thomas Tamm, Free Press, Josh Silver, Eric Holder, Russ Feingold, Wireless Wiretapping, Verizon,...
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"Undo the Coup" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman The first coup d'etat in Central America in more than a quarter-century occurred last Sunday in Honduras. It was led by a graduate of the U.S. Army's School of the Americas, a military facility that has trained some of Latin America's worst torturers, murderers and human rights abusers.
Topics: Honduras, Coup, Zelaya, School of the Americas, Dr. Juan Almendares, Father Roy Bourgeois, Amy...
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"Health Insurance Whistle-Blower Knows Where the Bodies Are Buried" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman
Topics: Wendell Potter, Health, Healthcare Reform, CIGNA, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"The 21st Century Color Line" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman As it moves into its second century, the NAACP is, unfortunately, as relevant as ever.
Topics: NAACP, Henry Louis Gates, Julian Bond, W.E.B. Du Bois, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"A Coup for Lobbyists at the White House" Weekly column by Amy Goodman Could well-placed lobbyists in Washington be forging U.S. foreign policy in Honduras?
Topics: Honduras, Coup, Lanny Davis, Zelaya, Hillary Clinton, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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"Health Care Reform Needs an Action Hero" Weekly Column by Amy Goodman Imagine the scene. America 2009. Eighteen thousand people have died in one year, an average of almost 50 a day. Whoâs taking them out? Whatâs killing them? Terrorism is not the culprit here: Itâs lack of adequate health care.
Topics: Healthcare Reform, Medicare, 24, Kiefer Sutherland, Tommy Douglas, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
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âChevron in the White Houseâ Weekly Column by Amy Goodman for December 3, 2008 President-elect Barack Obama introduced his principal national-security Cabinet selections to the world Monday and left no doubt that he intends to start his administration on a war footing. Perhaps the least well known among them is retired Marine Gen. James Jones, Obamaâs pick for national security adviser. The position is crucialâthink of the power that Henry Kissinger wielded in Richard Nixonâs White House....
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CNN Highlights Tweet from Democracy Now!’s Sharif Abdel Kouddous in Egypt.
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Thursday, March 1, 2012 Headlines 12 Killed in Major Storms Through Midwest, South North Korea to Halt Nuclear Tests in Return for U.S. Aid 2 NATO Soldiers Shot Dead in Latest Afghan Attack U.N. Human Rights Council Condemns Syria Crackdown Egypt Lifts Travel Ban on Foreign NGO Workers Haiti: Thousands Mark 8th Anniversary of Aristide Coup Israel Raids Palestinian TV Stations WikiLeaks: DHS Monitored Occupy Wall Street NJ Gov. Slams NYPD for Muslim Spying Montana Judge Admits Sending...
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Friday, February 17, 2012 Headlines • U.N. Assembly Condemns Syria Crackdown • Syria: 63 Killed, Activists Arrested in Raids • Top U.S. Intel Official: al-Qaeda Infiltrating Syrian Opposition • U.S.: Iran Unlikely to Start Military Conflict • "Underwear Bomber" Gets Life Sentence for Failed Attack • Payroll Deal Shortens Jobless Aid, Allows Drug Tests • Consumer Agency to Monitor Debt Collectors, Credit Reporters • NJ Same-Sex Marriage Bill Faces Veto Threat •...
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Friday, November 18, 2011 Headlines OWS Marks 2 Months with Protests, March on Brooklyn Bridge Scores Arrested in Occupy Protests Nationwide Census: Nearly 1 in 3 U.S. Children Live in Poverty DHS to Review Deportations of Undocumented Immigrants Obama Rejected EPA Smog Standards After Intense Lobbying Clinton to Visit Burma; Aung San Suu Kyi to Run for Parliament Tens of Thousands Rally in Egypt Against Military Rulers Kenya Seeks U.S. Military Help for Somalia Operation Brazil Probes Chevron...
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Thursday, November 20, 2008 Headlines California Court to Review Legality of Prop 8 Dow Jones Falls Below 8,000, First Time Since 2003 White House: “Celebrate the Victory” in Iraq UK Judge: Attack on Iraq Violated International Law Daschle Picked for Secretary of Health and Human Services. Napolitano Considered for Homeland Security Chief Billionaire Pritzker Expected to Become Commerce Secretary Coleman-Franken Recount Begins; Race Tightens Taxpayers to Pay for Gonzales Defense News Execs...
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Headlines * Egypt: At Least 35 Protesters Killed, 1,700 Injured as Security Forces Crack Down in Cairo * Hundreds of Ethiopian Troops Invade Somalia Backed by Tanks, Heavy Artillery * UC Davis Places Police Officers on Leave Following Pepper-Spray of Peaceful Occupy Protesters * Video Shows Oakland Authorities Beating Iraq War Veteran During Occupy Oakland Protest * Civil Rights Movement Leaders Lend Support to Occupy Protesters * Washington Lobbying Firm Offers to Undermine Occupy Movement on...
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Thursday, November 10, 2011 Headlines Cain Sexual Harassment Controversy Gets Brief Mention at GOP Debate Perry Forgets Which Government Agencies He’d Axe Cole Bombing Suspect Appears for Gitmo Tribunal Iran Defiant on Nuclear Program Following IAEA Report Syrian Opposition Calls for General Strike Brazilian Court OKs Belo Monte Dam James Murdoch Returns to U.K. Parliament for Hacking Testimony U.S. Air Force Mortuary Admits Dumping Body Parts of Deceased Soldiers Alabama County that Sued...
Topic: Occupy Wall Street, OWS, David Crosby, Graham Nash
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Breaking With Convention: War, Peace and the Presidency Democracy Now! will expand to daily two-hour broadcasts during the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Amy Goodman and the Democracy Now! crew will travel to Denver and St. Paul to cover the 2008 conventions from the streets to the suites to the convention floor. DNC two-hour broadcasts: August 25th–29th RNC two-hour broadcasts: September 1st–5th Please contact your local radio or TV station for local expanded listings, or...
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Thursday, December 01, 2011 * Headlines for December 01, 2011 * Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Takes Early Lead in First Post-Mubarak Elections * Democracy Now! Correspondent Anjali Kamat on Reporting the Revolutions in Egypt and Libya
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* Headlines for December 11, 2006 * Death of a Dictator: Victims of Augusto Pinochet's Reign Remember Brutal Regime From the Caravan of Death to Operation Condor * General Pinochet at the Bookstore: Renowned Latino Poet Martin Espada Reads from His Works * Spc. Suzanne Swift Signs Statement with Military After Harassment Claim, AWOL Status Lead to Court Martial * Mother of War Resister Ehren Watada Meets with Lawmakers on Capitol Hill to Support Son's Case
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* Geronimo Pratt Speech Prosecutors have appealed a judge’s decision that overturned the murder conviction of former Black Panther Elmer “Geronimo” Pratt, claiming prior evidence of his guilt is “overwhelming.” * Update On Texas Inmate Karla Faye Tucker Karla Faye Tucker, a convicted killer and born-again Christian, will be executed at 6 p.m. tonight. The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles voted unanimously against her appeal for clemency yesterday, leaving only the Supreme Court and...
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* Headlines for April 1, 2005 * The Zimbabwe Elections: Opposition Accuses Mugabe of Rigging the Vote * Taliban Country: Afghanistan 3 1/2 Years After the U.S. Invasion * A Look At The Legacy of Pope John Paul II
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* Headlines for April 8, 2005 * The Funeral of Pope John Paul II * War Surgeon Gino Strada: "Media Not Interested in Human Tragedies" of War * Three People Forcibly Removed From Bush "Town Hall" Meeting on Social Security * Undocumented Border Patrol Target Undocumented Immigrants
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Democracy Now! Friday, April 1, 2011 Rep. Kucinich: Lack of Congressional Approval Could Make Obama’s Libya Attack "Impeachable Offense" Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio joins us to discuss why he thinks President Obama may have committed an "impeachable offense" by committing U.S. military forces to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya without congressional approval. "This president has assumed power that no president, not even President Bush, has assumed,”...
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 1, 2016 Headlines for April 01, 2016 Largest Pay Raise for American Workers in History? NY & CA Approve $15 Minimum Wage Hike Exclusive: Cherelle Baldwin on Being Found Not Guilty for Defending Herself Against Abusive Ex Human Rights Advocates: U.S.-Backed Saudi Offensive in Yemen a "Dark Mark" on Obama’s Presidency
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* Headlines for April 10, 2009 * A New Way Forward: Protests Scheduled Across the Country Calling on Banks to Nationalize, Reorganize, Decentralize * The Challenge for Africa: Kenyan Nobel Peace Laureate Wangari Maathai on Obama, Climate Change and War * Five Years After Helping to Expose Abu Ghraib Scandal, Christian Peacemaker Teams Continue Human Rights Work
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 10, 2015 Headlines for April 10, 2015 Exclusive: Mumia Abu-Jamal Releases New Prison Radio Commentary on Walter Scott Shooting Juan González on Walter Scott Shooting: When Will the Police Killings of Black Males Stop? Obama Faces Latin American Opposition to Venezuela Sanctions as Cuba Joins Summit of the Americas Exclusive: Father of 1 of Missing Mexican 43 on How Drug War Aid "Being Used to Annihilate Students" Blueprint for...
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- Democracy Now! Vs.the New York Post: Dn! Host Amy Goodman Debates Post Columnist John Podhoretz On C-Span in a Live Simulcast with Pacifica. They Discuss War, the Peace Movement and What Comes - Kurds Pull Out of Kirkuk After Turkey Threatened to Send in Troops: We Go to Northern Iraq for a Report In Northern Iraq Kurdish forces have said they will hand over control of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk to US forces. - Congress Considers Bill to Grant Automatic Citizenship to Some Immigrant Soldiers...
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* Headlines for April 11, 2008 * V to the Tenth: Thousands of Women Gather in New Orleans for 10th Anniversary of Global Movement to Combat Violence Against Women
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 11, 2014 Headlines for April 11, 2014 Momentum on Fossil Fuel Divestment Grows as Harvard Professors, Desmond Tutu Call for Action "Years of Living Dangerously": James Cameron, Matt Damon, Harrison Ford in TV Climate Change Series "Imagine Living in a Socialist USA ": New Book Envisions Greater Democracy, World Without Capitalism
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 12, 2013 Headlines for April 12, 2013 Bishop Thomas Gumbleton Speaks Out For Sexual Abuse Victims; Reflects on Lifetime of Activism
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 13, 2012 Headlines for April 13, 2012 Months After Zuccotti Park Eviction, Occupy Wall Street Springs Up Outside New York Stock Exchange SDS Founder, Veteran Activist Tom Hayden on Participatory Democracy from Port Huron to Occupy Wall Street Arizona Teacher Sean Arce Fired in Latest Crackdown on Acclaimed Mexican American Studies Program Despite Praise & Permission, Detroit Teacher Fired for Helping Students’ Trayvon Martin Fundraiser
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* Headlines for April 14, 2006 * Thousands of Protesters, Journalists, Lawyers Arrested in Nepal as Mass Pro-Democracy Demonstrations Continue Against King * Part II: The End of the Internet? Net Neutrality Threatened by Cable, Telecom Interests * Iraqi CBS Cameraman Released After 1 Year Imprisonment by U.S. Forces
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* Headlines for April 15, 2005 * Debt Slavery? Congress Approves Bush's Bankruptcy Bill * War Tax Resistance: Refusing to Fund War on Tax Day * Chicano Leader Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales 1929-2005: "He Was the Fist. He Stood For Defiance, Resistance"
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Democracy Now! Friday, April 15, 2011 Offshore Banking and Tax Havens Have Become Heart of Global Economy As millions of Americans prepare to file their income taxes ahead of Monday’s deadline, we look at how corporations and the wealthy use offshore banks and tax havens to avoid paying taxes and other governmental regulations. "Tax havens have grown so fast in the era of globalization, since the 1970s, that they are now right at the heart of the global economy and are absolutely...
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 15, 2016 Headlines for April 15, 2016 Clinton & Sanders Debate in Brooklyn, Taking on Social Security, Superpredators, Political Judgment Juan Gonzalez: Clinton Has "Really Distorted" What Happened When NY Daily News Interviewed Sanders Bernie Sanders: Treating Palestinians with Respect & Dignity Does Not Make Me Anti-Israel Robert Scheer v. Torie Osborn: A Heated Debate on Sanders vs. Clinton with Two Longtime Progressives...
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* Headlines for April 16, 2010 * Jailed Whistleblower: US Lawmakers Held Offshore UBS Accounts * Obama's New Space Exploration Plan Includes Major Role for Private Firms * Legal Defender Isabel Garcia: Arizona Bill Forcing Officers to Determine Immigration Status Marks "All-Out Assault" on Latino Communities * Author Nikolas Kozloff on "No Rain in the Amazon: How South America's Climate Change Affects the Entire Planet"
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* Headlines for April 17, 2009 * Additional Murder Charges Expected in Killing of Oakland Journalist Chauncey Bailey * "Little Guantanamo" - Secretive "CMU" Prisons Designed to Restrict Communication of Jailed Muslims and Activists with Outside World * Obama Releases Bush-Era Memos Authorizing Torture Techniques, Rules Out Prosecuting CIA Interrogators who Carried Them Out
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Democracy Now! television program for Friday, April 17, 2015 Headlines for April 17, 2015 Test Mutiny: Tens of Thousands of New York Parents Revolt Against Standardized Exams Did NBC Cover Up Role of U.S.-Backed Free Syrian Army in 2012 Kidnapping of Richard Engel? Watch: Art Exhibit Recreates Tiny Cell Where the Late Herman Wallace Spent 42 Years in Solitary Volunteers Gather to Care for Glenn Ford, Exonerated Louisiana Man Who Is Now Dying from Cancer
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